As we gear up for the onslaught of shiny gadgets and slick apps from CES 2014, we wonder: What happened to the tech that caught our attention at CES 2013?
Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, Intel, and other companies have pledged their support for Google's VP9 4K video format
Well, that's embarrassing.
Crashes are among the top complaint from users of iPad Air, Fire HDX, and iPad Mini.
Tablets will make up 50 percent of the PC market next year, according to a new report.
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According to NPD, tablets continued their push to replace the PC market. But so did Chromebooks, with great effect. But neither traditional PC -- Macs or Windows -- showed growth.
Did you get a shiny new gadget this holiday season? If so, here's how to wipe your old tech clean of personal data, sell your old gear, and keep your new gadgets in shape for future reselling.
Maybe it's desperate, maybe it's disruptive, but nixing licensing fees for Windows Phone and Windows RT could encourage greater adoption of those platforms among hardware vendors. Whether it'll work is anyone's guess.
This mini tablet delivers Windows 8.1 without compromising quality, battery life, or performance.